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from that -- then you have linkedin who ultimately agreed with where they wanted to go, but his method was to carefully put 1 foot in front of the other and see if he was going to be able to stand or not, and when he could, to be able to take the next step. he called the abolitionists the most unhandy doubles he had encountered, but ultimately, they are looking toward saigon, and they have the same goals of getting their -- towards guyana -- zion, and they have the same goals of getting there. if you take that, you get the gettysburg idea of freedom. the civil war is not about slavery, and if you believe that, you should look of the speech by the vice-president of the confederacy, who talked about the division -- the vision of the american founders and said, our government is founded on the opposite idea. its foundation rests upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man, that slavery and subordination to the superior race is natural. this new government is the first in the history of the world based on this great historical and moral truth. if you do not believe th
. it is also about connecting with business professionals through linkedin and things like that. how will our brands and consumers using social media -- how are the brands and consumers using social media in interesting ways? >> i think there are a lot of tool sets that have come into play. they are making social and media more accessible. pulse news is one that i use. it pulls in from social media to make sense of what journalists and others that i respect are saying. it puts it together in one place that is easy. any kind of news i am interested in, all of these thieves -- feeds are coming in from twitter and presenting its in an interesting way. whenever i am interested in is presented in an interesting way. this is a whole another aspect of social media. it is the twitter feed your accustomed to but in a way i was accustomed to with a magazine. with better filtration and tools, it is pretty fantastic. tools allow us to filter out and bring the best of journalism and respected sources or entertainment together that is available. >> facebook has 750 million users. it was a country, it would
and linkedin and everything else without the kinds of concerns about privacy that my generation grew up with. so when we look ahead, it is not that we don't want to protect vital information, but the whole idea of -- basically americans like government when their security is threatened. they don't like government when their privacy is threatened or when their communications are threatened. going forward, that's an interesting thing to think about. culturally we may be evolving into a society or a world where a lot of people don't particularly care if you are tromping about in their cyberspace. >> let me see, i should note that a government executive has just published a special issue on cyber-security, and our terrific technology web site has a lot of other information in addition to what was public -- published in print on that topic. that is i think we have run out of time, but we have covered some interesting territory i think. why don't we give john and the others a round of applause. [applause] >> today a look at aviation security and improvements since 9/11. after that, se
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